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of national security agency leaker edward snowden. russia welcomed him and granted him temporary asylum. obama was stunned by the move. cancelled a one on one meeting with putin before the g-20 meetings in russia last september. he insisted things were okay between him and the russian president. >> i know the press likes to focus on body language and he's got that kind of slouch, looking like the bored kid in the back of the classroom. but the truth is, when we're in conversations together, often times it's very productive. >> vladimir putin did not agree, instead he added fuel to the fire, speaking terrifically to the american people in a letter published in the new york times last september saying, millions around the world increasingly see america not as a model of democracy, but as relying solely on brute force. cobbling coalitions together under the slogan, you're either with us or against us. president obama was still insisting the cold war had not returned. >> i don't think there's any secret on that. and our approach as the united states is not to see these as some cold war chegs board
to patrol the skies during the world cup. >> translator: images will be sent in real time to other security agencies, where quick decisions can be made. >> reporter: the drones kept a close eye on the brazilian national team bus during last june confederation's cup, and during the match outside the stadium, the back images of street protests, looking for any trouble that could arise. the brazilian air force makes it very clear these drones won't be used with weapons. they will only be used for surveillance and reconnaissance. but it's on the ground where the biggest threats to football could occur. it was a violent street protest that nearly toppled the football tournament last year. on this day, rio's riot police are doing a simulation on how to best prepare with updated training and fancy equipment. supplemented by more boots on the ground. brazil is a country with plenty of security risks with violent crime, and there is also the potential for terrorism and cyber attacks. brazil is spending more than $1 billion on world cup security, raphael says it is too much money with too little acco
. >> images will be sent in realtime to other security agencies and a is not tral command center where quick decisions can be made. >> the drones kept a close eye on the brazilian national team bus going to the stadium and brazil i can't during the confederation cup and during the match, back images of street protests looking for trouble that could arise. >> the brazilian air force makes it clear these drones won't be used with weapons. there will be no bombs or missiles on them. for example, they will only be used for surveillance and recon sans. >> it's on the ground where the biggest threats to ball could occur it was a violent street protest that nearly toppled the football tournament last year on this day, rio's riot police are doing a simulation to best prepare with updated training, supplemented by more boots on the ground. brazil has plenty security risks but there is the potential of terrorism and cyber attacks that come with all major events in any country. brazil is spending more than $1,000,000,000 on world cup security. the local human rights ngo says it's too much money with to
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